Parent & Student Handbook
life at St. Peter's
Our Weekly Newsletter
Every week, we put out a newsletter, Que Pasa, with highlights of activities in each grade, reminders of upcoming events, and other important information for St. Peter's families.
2018-2019 School Year Major Events
See what's coming up for students and families at St. Peter's.
8/22: First Day of School (8:00-10:00 AM)
9/3: Labor Day (No School)
9/24: Minimum Day
10/8: Indigenous People’s Day (No School)
10/22: Minimum Day
10/26: End of First Quarter
11/6 - 11/9: Parent Teacher Conferences (Minimum Days)
11/12: Veteran’s Day (No School)
11/21 - 11/23: Thanksgiving Holiday (No School)
11/26: Minimum Day
12/20: Minimum Day
12/21 - 1/4: Christmas Vacation
1/7: School Resumes
1/18: End of Second Quarter
1/21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (No School)
1/28: Minimum Day
2/1: Archdiocesan Educator’s Conference (No School)
2/18: Presidents' Day Holiday
2/25: Minimum Day
3/15: Faculty In-Service (No School)
3/22: End of Third Quarter
3/25: Minimum Day
4/18: Minimum Day
4/19 - 4/26: Easter Vacation
4/29: Classes Resume, Minimum Day
5/20: Minimum Day
5/27: Memorial Day (No School)
5/31: 8th Grade Graduation
6/5-6/6: Minimum Days
6/6: End of Fourth Quarter
6/7: Last Day of School (8:00-10:00 AM)
Full Academic Calendar
The full academic calendar contains all important dates for the 2018-2019 school year. Important dates include grading periods, minimum days for teacher professional development workshops, vacation and holidays, as well as parent teacher conferences.
School Lunch Calendar
See what's for lunch this month in the cafeteria.
2018-2019 Parent & Student Handbook
Click below to download a copy of the 2018-2019 Parent & Student Handbook.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
God is in all things and calls each of us to grow in His love.
Our school nourishes an atmosphere of respect, care, understanding, and patience where all feel safe and loved as precious children of God.
Every child is capable of success.
When given the tools and resources necessary, from love, care and attention to tangible materials, every child has the means and ability to learn.
We are a family—somos una familia—with parents, students and educators working together.
Parents are the first teachers for their children and working together with educators, a child’s learning experiences can be enhanced.
All students and educators will learn and grow academically, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and socially.
In order for students to grow holistically, their educators must always be open to learning and improving.
We are called to serve others and our world.
Inspired by the example of our founders, the Sisters of Mercy, we extend God’s compassion to meet the needs of our broken world.